Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) workers have won a victory after establishing the first union since the company started twenty-eight years ago. This win has been a blow to the company and encouraged other employees in the U.S to start their unions.
While the win is inspiring, challenges for the union have just begun as the company could question the legitimacy of its win. Moreover, it could find itself amid negotiations that could take months.
Amazon delivery man forces his way into a woman’s home
A woman says that an Amazon deliverer forced his way into her house and locked the four. Luckily, she was able to scare him away using her dog. The suspect later ended up in a chase with the police.
Pam Greer, an Amazon executive who led the company into pledging to be the best employer in the world, is leaving the company. She led the push due to the labor unrest within the company in 2021.
Latest deals on Amazon
The ChomChom Pet Hair Remover is one of Amazon’s best sales for pet owners. This vacuum removes pet fur from surfaces in an easy and fast way. The item already has many positive reviews from buyers who liked it.
Amazon is also selling the Apple AirPods Pro at a discount. The earbuds, which typically for $249.99, are now $174. This piece is the lowest to date. The second-generation AirPods are also on offer. They usually go for $129.99 but are now $99.99.
With Easter here, Amazon is also placing some jewelry on offer. Many faith-based pieces of jewelry come in an old-fashioned style. However, Amazon sells some modern-looking jewelry to fit customers’ preferences.
One of the pieces of jewelry on offer is the Riah Fashion Bar Pendant necklace. The necklaces come with many messages, including blessed, walk by faith, and hope.
For a long time, people have referred to Shopify Inc. As Amazon junior. However, the company doesn’t seem to be living up to expectations. The only place where Shopify seems to be on par with Amazon is its benchmark inventory index. Other than that, Amazon is more successful than Shopify in the retail and software sectors.
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